The Tempest

look at lines 56-65. how is gonzolo different from the men he travels with?

act 1 scene 1

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My lines do not really match with yours but hopefully this helps a little:

Gonzalo is the councilor to the king, and an honest man as well; he is the one who helps Prospero and Miranda survive Antonio's plot to have them murdered. Gonzalo is optimistic, good-tempered, and loyal; he is one of the unquestionably good characters in the play, with no apparent dark side in him.